Recruitment and Selection

  • Course Details:

    Ref: HRS1 Length: 1 Day
    Location: London, Dubai, Riyadh Price: £560 excl. VAT

Introduction

The selection of staff is a costly activity in itself and marks the beginning of a significant period of investment. Getting the process right, applying the skills necessary to determine who will give you the best output for the future, whilst promoting your organisation as an employer of choice are all business essentials for those recruiting.

This practical one day Recruitment & Selection training course will provide individuals with guidance in the skills and techniques essential to conducting successful selection interviews.

Who should attend

Recruitment and Selection training course is aimed a Supervisors and Managers who wish to understand the recruitment and selection process and develop the skills required to prepare interviews and make decisions.

Course Content

Understanding the Stages in the Process

  • Rercruitment and selection
  • Job descriptions
  • Person specifications
  • Advertising and short listing
  • Selection techniques

Preparing for the interview

  • Types of interview
  • Basic requirements
  • Communication
  • Planning and structuring an interview
  • Options in addition to interview

Analysing the vacancy

  • Job Specification
  • Candidate profile
  • Selecting the candidate
  • Selection methods

Applying the learning and next steps

  • Review of learning and action planning
  • Course feedback

Learning Outcome

By the end of the course, participants will be able to:

  • Understand the benefits of an effective recruitment and selection process
  • Recognise the importance of adopting a structured recruitment process and the use of relevant selection methods
  • Screen candidates’ CVs or application forms using an agreed selection criteria for a job role and identify anomalies for further research
  • Prepare for a first stage selection interview to ensure they create the right first impressions and candidate engagement
  • Ask effective questions and accurately assess the candidate’s potential suitability for the role

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Please call us on +44 (0) 207 112 4846, email us at training@boc-uk.com or complete our on-line form below.

Small Classes

With small class sizes, much more individual attention can be given to each delegate.

Competitive Pricing

We believe our prices are very competitive and our quality is second to none.

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Certificate of Achievement

At the end of the programme participants will receive a certificate of achievement.

FREE On-going Support

Each delegate receives unlimited support from the trainers after they attended the course with us.

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